Take out about 36 ladyfingers. Dip each one in the cold coffee and place into a 9“x11″ baking dish. Continue until the entire bottom is lined. Now spread half of the custard over the ladyfingers, then half of the unsweetened whipped cream. Sprinkle half of the grated chocolate and then repeat making a layer of dipped lady fingers, custard, whipped cream and then chocolate. Cover and refrigerate for several hours. I noticed the next day the tiramisu had aged into the perfect consistency, so if you have more ability to plan ahead then I do, make it a day in advanced.
Cheers to Everyone ~
BLOG OVERLAP FROM DEAR COUNTRY MOUSE
Dear Country Mouse,
Oh my gosh it is so dark and rainy up here. I do love it, but seriously it is rain, rain, rain right now. I’m trying to send some of this dripping, wet, goodness southward, but I have yet to succeed.
Your succulents are so wonderful! How fun to find the old pieces of ceramic-ware to turn into pots. Come spring, I think I will do that with a couple of my cracked tea pots I’ve been holding on to.
I made a nice sweet potato and lime soup today. Just note, I kept it vegan for the sake of some of my regular customers that I was expecting, though it would be lovely with chicken stock instead. You’d think my food truck was vegan as lately all the recipes I send you tend to be vegan. But truth is, as you know, we are far from it.
1/4 teaspoon allspice
1/4 teaspoon black pepper